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Training flipchart for the inclusion of children with disabilities in pre-schools in Malawi

We work with schools, communities, governments and disabled people’s organisations around the world to ensure children are able to learn and play alongside their peers in pre-school, all the way through to primary and secondary school.

This training course has been designed for caregivers in community-based childhood care centres (CBCCs) in Malawi, to provide them with the knowledge and skills to include young children with disabilities in their CBCCs.

The course flipchart includes instructions for the facilitator and illustrations and guidance for the participants.

Publication date: September 2019

Language: Chichewa

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